Copyright, the complete guide for music educators by Jay Althouse

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Published by Music in Action in East Stroudsburg, PA (P.O. Box 204, East Stroudsburg 18301) .

Written in English

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  • Copyright -- Music -- United States.

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Other titlesCopyright.
StatementJay Althouse.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF3035.Z9 A48 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p. ;
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2995433M
LC Control Number84251561

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Topics: How to determine if a work is protected by copyright * The use of print music and lyrics * The use of audio * The use of video * Digital products and the Internet * Category: Textbook-General.

Revised copy Presented as a service by: National Association For Music Education Music The complete guide for music educators book Association of The United States Music Teachers National Association National Association of. General scope of copyright The five fundamental rights that the bill gives to copyright owners—the exclusive rights of reproduction, adaptation, publication, performance, and display—are stated generally in section These exclusive rights, which comprise the so-called “bundle of rights” that the complete guide for music educators book a copyright.

How can I use copyrighted materials in the classroom. The BASICS: • Use lawfully acquired copies of materials, (e.g., items you or the institution purchased, obtained through interlibrary loan, or licensed).

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You just had a few other things to do. Music is also contained in music books. An example is a music book containing several musical works. For such a music book, one may copy 10 per cent or one musical work in the book because it contains other musical scores.

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Royalty Free Music hosts music tracks that can be reused in numerous ways. Royalty Free Music charges the general public for their downloads, but students and teachers can download quite a bit of the music for free.

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See the fair use guide for more information. Section 's role in the balance of interests has always been to permit educators to share works with. it to the public for example, publishing a book, publishing a song on a piece of printed sheet music that you buy in a store, or publishing an article in a newspaper.

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Now we need to learn the basics of copyright and fill out the forms necessary to copyright our works. Lesson Objectives: * Students will read the information available from the copyright books studied in class. “These requirements are designed to allow schools and students to still participate in their music education as well as protect the intellectual property of the music publishers,” said Weaver.

“The permissions afforded by the publishers are temporary in order. Teachers are committed to students and their learning. Teachers know the subjects they teach and how to teach those subjects to students.

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